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as You Should

Envoy Medical is a leader in hearing solutions. Our products help people transcend hearing loss with invisible and true 24/7 hearing that uses the ear to pick up sound, naturally. Life is waiting, are you ready to hear it?

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15% 
 

15% of American adults (37.5 million) aged 18 and over report trouble hearing1

<1 in 3
 

Fewer than one in three (30 percent) of adults aged 70 and older have used hearing aids and even fewer adults aged 20 to 69 (approximately 16 percent) who could benefit from wearing hearing aids have used them2

1.4 to 4 MIL
 
Of the estimated 1.4 to 4 million potential users in the United States who could benefit from cochlear implants, only five percent of eligible candidates use cochlear implants.
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Hearing Health Resource
 

Envoy Medical is a leader in hearing health and wants to help you navigate the full spectrum of hearing loss treatment options. We are committed to identifying and bringing best-in-class hearing health solutions to you no matter how complex the issue or whether we or a referral source is able to resolve it.

Hearing Aids 
 

Some hearing aids are indicated for use in people with mild to moderate hearing loss, while others are indicated for more significant hearing loss.  Let us help you navigate the wide range of options.

Middle Ear Implants
 

Depending on specific device, middle ear implants may be indicated for a variety of hearing losses: sensorineural or conductive and active or passive. We pioneered the first fully implanted one and can help you assess whether a partial or full implant is right for you.

Bone Conduction Devices
 
Indicated for conductive and mixed hearing losses. These devices bypass hearing problems by sending sound vibrations directly to the inner ear through your skull bone.
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Cochlear Implants
 

Indicated for severe to profound sensorineural hearing loss. If hearing aids are no longer helping or you can hear in only one ear cochlear implants may help improve your hearing.

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Hear From Others
 
Hearing loss and how it impacts your life is personal. Everyone has a unique experience and no two stories are alike, but hearing from others can be reassuring and empowering. Watch these brief video testimonials to learn from real patients and real hearing healthcare professionals.

"After I got the [Esteem] implant, my life completely changed. I was finding myself going out in public more often, becoming much more social."

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Andrea
Andrea
From Mom to Mrs. Nebraska

Implantee for 14 years
"It's very difficult to swim with 5,000 other people and not be able to hear!"
 
Bryan
Bryan
Business Director, Tri-athlete, Father of Two, California

Implantee for 14 Years
“It’s changed how I interact with my kids, my community and really how I feel about myself, immensely. I feel like I have a new lease on life with this [the Esteem] device and I really, truly feel like I can do anything I want to do.”
 
Amy
Amy
Social worker and mother of two becomes Envoy Medical Hearing Counselor
 
Bilateral implantee
Left: 14 years
Right 9 years
  1. Blackwell DL, Lucas JW, Clarke TC. Summary health statistics for U.S. adults: National Health Interview Survey, 2012 (PDF). National Center for Health Statistics. Vital Health Stat 10(260). 2014.
  2. Based on calculations by NIDCD Epidemiology and Statistics Program staff using data collected by (1) the National Health Interview Survey (NHIS) annually for number of persons who have ever used a hearing aid [numerator], and (2) periodic NHANES hearing exams for representative samples of the U.S. adult and older adult population [denominator]; these statistics are also used for tracking Healthy People 2010 and 2020 objectives. See also Use of Hearing Aids by Adults with Hearing Loss (chart).
  3. Cochlear Implant Candidacy for Adults: https://www.acialliance.org/page/AdultCandidacy

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